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All Pak Foods Deals, Discounts & Sales for June 2018

24 pack monster munch only 99p at Pak Foods
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LocalLocalFound 6th Mar 2016Found 6th Mar 2016
went to my local Pak Food store on normanton road , derby yesterday and saw this deal. they had loads of boxes and they are in date until the 12th march. flavours are pickled onion… Read more
MrAlbert

voted cold as none near me. just joshing ya, flamin'hot deal.

bargain1girl

Two in Birmingham

aembleton

Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Stoke - http://www.pakfoods.net/#!our-stores/cat6

bigvince76

There is one in Stoke.

Jiwani80

There's one in Nottingham but don't know if they have them

Cheap Milk: 4 Pint @ 79p Semi Skimmed @ PAK Foods
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LocalLocalFound 4th Sep 2015Found 4th Sep 2015
I couldn't believe my eyes! 4 pint Semi Skimmed Milk at 79p at the chiller cabinet of Pak Foods on Uppingham Road in Leicester: http://www.pakfoods.net/#!leicester-uppington/cg3i … Read more
davesc66

Ha I would have cheap milk and **** the Tory loving farmers, that's capitalism if they don't like it let them **** off and live in north Korea

cburns

Welcome to real world of capitalism...and Thatchers "Market Forces"...the market dictates the price of supply and demand... but the spanner in the works for farmers was Supermarkets use Milk/Bread as loss leaders... but it's farmers who are now paying that loss....and of course we all want cheaper food prices, now do we Lets be honest....no one forced them to sign up with the supermarkets....they when it with eyes wide shut ;)

sarb_singh1980

Regarding being deal being Hot or Cold - I have votes for neither as I can see the value for those on the bread line (hot)- but I see the damage this pricing would do to farmers and the national economy (cold).

sarb_singh1980

Depends on your perspective regarding the name. In Urdu 'Pak' means pure/holy/untainted - and I'm pretty sure the family that own the brand have a Pakistani heritage. Regarding the price, I agree it is bad for farmers - that's why I personally am willing to pay more. But for those on a tight budget it may be that they ate on a very tight budget. Ultimately, in my opinion, without supporting local/national industries constant low prices will it lead to lower wages for all as employers will say 'profits are down due to low prices for our good to remain competitive, therefore wage rises will have to wait, but inflation is low so you don't need such a pay rise'- and the downward spiral continues. Some things if you can afford to pay slightly more you should just pay more - support the local economy. Just a personal opinion.

snowflake75

​You're probably buying skimned milk! :D

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